Review the directions for writing approach statements in the Math Notes box before problem 1-47. Then write a complete set of approach statements for y = 3−x + 1. 1-87 HW eTool (Desmos). Homework Help ✎
A complete approach statement should include information about interesting parts of the graph, for example: holes, vertical asymptotes, roots, and what happens as x approaches +∞ and −∞.
As x →− ∞, y → ___________
There is no horizontal asymptote to the left.
As x → ∞, y → ___________
This is the horizontal asymptote to the right.
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